|[norbu14] kalope - tidebits - kalope|
After a short break we are back, now also Twitter-powered. This time with a new release from Kalope who continues his series of aquatic-themed releases. As expected we have exceptional deep sounds from one of our favorite two artists. Perfect mixture of great sound sculpting, space manipulations and production techniques of the yesteryear. Tidebits starts mellow, ambient-like, with a lot of pad movements and complex bassline but soon progresses in a full atmospheric dance mover...
Keywords: norbu, minimal, house, ambient
|[norbu20] jan nemecek – to norbu (from the archives) vol. 2 - jan nemecek|
Another fine release from the place known to many as the archives. Everybody knows Jan as an exceptional jazz musician and plucked instruments aficionado. There could be much more text about this release, but there is no more time, also Hi! remix.
Keywords: norbu, jan nemecek
|[norbu21] hi! – hello gorgeous - hi!|
New release from hi!, this time with videos. http://vimeo.com/album/2325353
Keywords: hi!, norbu, hello gorgeous
|[norbu01] droog - name your poison - droog|
You can preview and download this release on Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/norbu/sets/norbu01-droog-name-your-poison
Keywords: norbu; minimal; techno; ambient; idm; experimental
|[norbu16] kalope – to norbu (from the archives) vol. 1 - kalope|
As all of us know the best things in life are the things you don’t expect. Those things are usually gifts sent from the past ourselves (pous from now on through the text) to the future/present ourselves (f/pous from now on). By the nature pous are a tricky kind, sometimes they try to confuse us with cryptic messages that more than often reveal carefully constructed ploys that alas usually have trivial outcomes...
|[norbu17] hi! – 23:32 - hi!|
Hello, my name is Hi, there are 23 flowers in my room and 32 bees in front of my window.
Keywords: norbu, hi!
|[norbu13] nemecek - somebody's watching me - nemecek|
Next in the excellent-designed series of Norbu special-octal-guest star producer-extravaganza releases comes from Jan Nemecek. Hailing from our hometown of Belgrade, Serbia, he is most known for his excellent releases for Traffica label and some wicked releases under his Kalope moniker. The tale of 50s style detective paranoia starts with the original version of somebody's watching me that tells the whole story in an almost funky way...
Keywords: norbu, minimal, house, techno, ambient